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will see you back here at a special time that's 10:30 eastern, cnn presents "waco, faith, fear and fire," begins now. >>> the standoff has been going on about 45 minutes now. the alcohol and tobacco people apparently have telephone contact with somebody in the compound. >> my name is david koresh. >> david koresh. [ phone ringing ] >> my name is david koresh. >> to his followers, david koresh was a messiah. >> god speaks to me. >> manifestation of god in the flesh. >> we believe this man had the truth. >> reporter: but to the u.s. government, david koresh was a threat. >> machine guns and explosive devices. >> reporter: in 1993, they went to war in waco. >> this ain't america anymore when the atf has that kind of power. >> reporter: it ended in catastrophe. 86 people dead, including at least 24 children. >> there had been nothing like this before. the siege was new and unique in america law enforcement history. >> if you distrust the government, waco is going to be symbolic to a lot of people of what they really fear. >> i'm talking to you. somebody's going to get hurt. >> if he asks go
: in 1993, they went to war in waco. >> this ain't america anymore when the atf has that kind of power. >> reporter: it ended in catastrophe. 86 people dead. including at least 24 children. >> there had been nothing like this before. the siege was new and unique in america law enforcement history. >> if you distrust the government, waco is going to be symbolic to a lot of people of what they really fear. >> i'm talking to you, somebody's going to get hurt. >> if he asks god for some kind of sign and god gives it, what does that mean? >> reporter: every saturday morning clive doyle and sheila martin study the bible. >> pe hold, the lord dpod will come with strong hands. >> reporter: they are about all that's left in waco of the branch davidians, an offshoot of the seventh day adventist church. their religious community went back generations. it even issued its own currency during the great depression. david koresh came to the faith and its texas commune in 1981. who was he back then, to you? >> just a bum. >> reporter: former branch davidian kathy jones and her husband david had seen re
going down in waco tonight. second quarter, baylor jumping out to a 21-7 lead. nick florence to williams, 22-yard touchdown. and oregon transfer, 185 yards for the bears, this one an 80-yard jaunt and baylor goes on to win 52-24. baylor beats a number one team for the first time in school history. also baylor, first time with a losing record to beat a bcs number one in history. and once again, notre dame poised to take over the number one spot. they beat wake forest today at senior day in south bend. everett golson career-high 346 yards. passing. this touchdown to goodman. and notre dame gets the win, 38-0. as they shut out the demon deac deacons. alabama suddenly back into the title mix, they step outside of con trens to beat western care lie nashgs remember the tide coming off a loss to a&m last week. mccarron to jones, alabama wins 49-0. s.e.c. scores, florida, also stepping outside of conference play, they blank jacksonville state and georgia dole same thing, beat jourg southern. this evening's developments good for fans in athens. texas a&m's johnny manziel maybe now the heisman fro
to handle the pressure? >> yes. >> k-state in waco. >> leading number one kansas state in waco. klein finds miller for the eight yard touchdown pass. score's tied up at that point. second quarter action. willia williams. bears up 21-7 going into the second half. martin, four-yard touchdown run. baylor up 35-17. third quarter, baylor pinned deep in their own end zone. the throw to evans, picked off at the 1 yard line. the ball is down at the 1 yard line. on the ensuing possession, klein doing what he does best. one-yard touchdown run. baylor up 35-24. in the third quarter, martin up the middle for the 15 yard touchdown run. baylor, 45-24. after a klein interception, ensuing possession. 80-yard touchdown run, putting baylor up 52-44. baylor -- excuse me, kansas state driving right now. >> unreal. stanford at oregon. >> that's right. marcus has been so poised for a freshman all year long. can't find anybody down field so he takes off running. looks like he will score. thomas gets a little too excited and forgets to make the block. marcus would be tackled. here on the same drive, fourth and two
. >>> in it waco, baylor hosting the other undefeated team kansas state. the wildcats had no answer for the baylor offense all night long. 38ars and a score on the first series. a 24 point third quarter put it away for the bears. see strung breaks free and nobody will get him. that's an 80-yard run. he was one of two runners to go over 100 yards for the bears. kansas state goes down 52-24 and it is 10-1. >>> and notre dame, the team that benefited from the stumbling at the top but to benefit they had to take care of their own business. woods takes the pitch on the option, gets things started nicely against wake forest. that is a 68-yard touchdown and the irish get a 38-0 shutout. they are 11-0 for the first time since 1989. if they beat usc next week they will be in the championship. >>> cal came to a merciful end in corvalis. no one would suspect. the bears trail the beavers until they were even with a nine yard run but it was all oregon state after that. pleasanton product shan manon goes for it all here to cooks. cooks comes back for the ball and then finding his way to the end zone for a 48-ya
. the electrifying rookie. four touchdowns, one pick, 20 of 28, 311 yards. this kid who started baylor and waco, texas, returns to texas. second time he has played in this stadium but it is the first time he leaves having won the galloping gobbler award. it is a "live x-factor" coming up. officer pack award rg the galloping glogallop ing globler to rg3. good-bye from texas. >> curt: here's today's chevy silverado player of the day. it came from the motor city, that's the houston texans pulling off the victory in overtime. the always reliable darian foster is your chevy silverado player of the day. [ announcer 1 ] the other airlines versus southwest. [ announcer 2 ] our first contestant is getting pummeled with bag fees. but look at him, he's flying southwest where bags fly free. business travelers win with southwest. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snor
there is one in texas outside of waco where they wanted them to remove manger scene because it was a public park across the street. >> bob: those are ridiculous. take down -- >> eric: where do you draw the line? >> bob: this is a permanent seal of a city. that is a lot different than christmas display and public park. >> kimberly: this is what is sad. they decide it's financially more feasible and economic to remove the seal, redesign it. hold the contest in the city. and it will cost $2,500 to have a law firm fight it and potentially lose. that is wrong. >> bob: it's permanent seal 365 days a year. >> dana: i bet you could find historic towns across -- at least, well, all across america, certainly on the eastern seaboard with some sort of religious founding. they use that in their documents. the point they would take city, federal or state money, which entity doesn't take city, state, federal money. all across america. >> bob: they would be sued. but you are taking collective tax money. buhler gets a piece of that. >> eric: what if the town are okay -- >> bob: don't put them together. appl
. >> dana: the reporters would have complained if they spent 21 days in waco. but 21 in hawaii could be worse. he said let's make sure we get it done before christmas. get it done on december 16, sign it, get out of town. >> eric: $4 million. >> bob: if he was in the bathroom at the white house it would cost $4 million. >> eric: december 17 to january 6. fiscal cliff hits december 31. smack dab in middle of this vacation. he snub hawaii, body surfing. >> kimberly: conduct unbecoming. he said in the last 30 days he got woke up in one debate. other than that, he is kicking it on the "the view." check me out. pinch with a limp. >> brian: i believe he knows it's his economy now. clearly. he goes on vacation. if this is done he is not body surfing. he knows he will be tortured and ongoing katrina. john boehner is frustrated after a closed door meeting with geithner. >> eric: brian's point, vacation is on because president obama knows he has a deal. >> dana: i don't think -- well, one, the present doesn't have a spending cut plan. why is everyone looking at us. where is your plan, sir? now
on the bay bridge and ended on a trip to san francisco waco. but will tran is in 7 cisco talk about the crash. i just got off the phone with the chp new information. they have long this one for quite some time she is in their system 3 priority you eyes. i will get into that in a bit. in the meantime the youth --dui. ss wiped out traffic lights. this is 17th and south van ness. here is video of another location the first location where she crashed this is 15th and natoma. they are not calling this person a bicyclist that she did that leave the person was walking. his bicycle when she slammed into a parked car. the park are move forward and hit the bicyclist or the pedestrian the pedestrian was taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure. in fact he was released a few moments ago. she did not stop there. she goes to four more blocks and turn the corner so quickly. she turns the corner so quickly that you can see skid marks here. she did make her turn and keeps going and slams into a parked truck. you can see the damage it lifted the truck and on the other side the tires. because of the col
. trust me nobody is banning 16-ounce soft drinks in waco. again it goes back to everybody has a gun. in california, and the federal government if koop after -- if california and the federal government keep spending the way it's been spending both will go bankrupt before they leave office. very true. tax scheme bubbling under the surface so-called wealth tax, in france, spain, iceland, switzerland they taxed net word of wealthy people every year. doesn't matter if you earn anything, or you get income or dividends, doesn't matter. if you have assets, house, gold, car, whatever, those governments are going to take some of that. uber liberals in america want to do the same thing. >> you can replace completely the income tax and the estate and gift taxes with a wealth tax of 1.5%. i think it should be graduated and progressive because to meet most important issue is to deal with the wealth nawbility inequality in this country which is much more severe than the income inequality in the country. >> bill: isn't that interesting. wealth inequality. where have we heard that before? carl marks
if they can afford it, if they are earning a good income. host: sarah from waco, texas, makes between $50,000 and $100,000 a year. go ahead, sarah. caller: i agree that the wealthy should pay more in taxes. i do not feel like it is right for those who are disadvantaged to have to pay so that the wealthy can have more. and people don't seem to understand that there was a time where, if you need $100,000, the taxes were 90%, but that was mitigated because there were reductions and people took those deductions and they built this country with it. they built houses, apartments, businesses, employed people. they didn't take the money and sink it in an offshore account and use it to try to manipulate the political situation in this country. you know, i'm from waco, baylor university, the bible belt. the bible says -- it doesn't say money is the root of all evil, it says the love of money is the root of all evil. and that is what has taken place in this country in the last 10 years. the entire political climate has been changed to profit the wealthy, not the average citizen. it's been thanks to
is a little more theoretical, and what promise this is the claims processing time at the waco claims regional center in texas, which is the worst in the country when it comes to at adjudicating disability claims. what can we do if the ids doesn't work. what are you thinking in terms of a new paradigm to fix this issue and both of you can answer or either one of you, but it seems to me like we've got cultural issues that cannot be fixed by having new systems. so how do you make -- you are doing your best to get the systems right but what are we doing to fix the culture so that we do what we promised our military men and women and veteran's what we would do in terms of providing benefits for their service. it just seems to me like we spend all of our systems we are not spending the time of culture so can you help me with that? and let me interrupt before you answer. one other thing. you think about a pilot program so if ids doesn't work where is the clean sheet of paper? where is the white board that has the big ideas to fix this? >> congressman, look i just want to be sure i am answering the r
degrees in vegas today. waco, about 85. lovely tampa, all the way to miami, gorgeous. 78 here. 80 degrees. and that cold air -- i don't know. but that cold air is working in, back from the great la >> there's a fallback controversy on the desk. most people really like it. amy does not. >> you're thrown into darkness for months. >> amy, you can stick on your schedule. you can stay on central time. >> all right. i'll get up an hour later. >> more weather in the next half hour, as we sort this all out. lara? >> we'll get to the bottom of it. >>> first, our "gma morning menu." here's a look at what's coming up. are they really back together? kristen stewart and robert pattinson in their first interview together since the split. we'll hear from them. >>> plus, cashing in on your closet. how you can turn your old clothes into money. much-needed these days. >>> and sarah silverman here to talk about her new animated movie. we can't wait to see it. "wreck-it ralph." all, live, on "good morning america." >> good morning, america. how you doing? alright, alright. now this is a party. what is that?
boroughs. they will not run or watch a marathon this year. we're waiting to hear from waco bloomberg heavily criticized by many local papers in particular including the cover of "the new york post" which basically said it was with regards to mayor bloomberg should not be running this maze. it is immoral and wrong. >> what we're seeing is people like this gentleman here with their own canisters to get fuel. and we are seeing people parking their cars and a shoulder to get out and come in to get gas. you have two canisters, tell us about your situation. >> i have no electricity. no electric, don't have the power or nothing. just to get two cans of gas. dennis: thi>> so this is for yor generator? >> yes. we have two kids, one in three years old, one is one years old. >> so you had two toddlers, what do you make with the gas situation in new jersey? >> i have no choice. >> we will let you get your gas, thank you very much for your time. we will be bringing live updates throughout the day. back to you. dennis: thank you very much, liz macdonald. cheryl: unbelievable. dennis: i lived in ne
saturday night. holy cow. k state, what happened to k state in the hands of baylor and waco was unbelievable. they dismembered them. and then, of course, stanford, as mark said, so cool under pressure. oregon, a crazy stadium. >> it shows you how much the pressure mounts on the teams on the top. as you get deeper and deeper into the season and you foale what you're working for is right there but we have to just not screw up this week or next week. you can just sense it, here it comes. it gives the opposing team extra motivation to be that team that can knock off one of the top teams in the country. >> mike, who is the best team in the nfl right now? >> i would say new england patriots. right now, the patriots. will it be in december or january? we'll see. >> if you had to protect a super bowl, patriots and the bears? >> i picked the patriots and giants in september. i'm nervous about the giants now. i've got to stick with that. >> i think the bears. >> they didn't lose this weekend. >> they play tonight. they could lose tonight. >> i know. >> but they didn't lose this weeken
commission that's working with both the waco office and other field offices in houston and elsewhere to clear these backlogs. the texas veterans commission is doing outstanding working on a voluntary basis to make sure that veterans file fully developed claims which shortens the processing time dramatically. the goal of the texas veterans commission is to reduce the backlog of v.a. claims in texas by 17,000 in one year. you can see from the size of the problem this is an important first step but it is only that, a first step. the purpose of my amendment would be to provide this useful model across the country to require a plan from the veterans' administration to deal with this backlog. i feel confident that members will have no trouble voting for this amendment because i'm sure they've heard what i have heard from my constituents about how outraged and downset they are at the current backlog of claims. in order to capitalize on the model this would require the veterans administration to report to congress with a plan to address the claims backlog through partnerships between the veterans adm
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